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Theresa May’s summer of discontent

By Irfan Husain AS Parliament goes into its summer recess, rumours swirl around Theresa May’s political future. British newspapers are full of speculation about a...

Britain and the US once ran the world. Now they’re all...

By Linda Colley The parallels are striking. Both were global and political giants. Now both must adjust to their loss of influence. Events last Thursday on...

Not so Great Game

By Aasim Sajjad Akhtar THE world has turned upside down. The United States under Donald Trump is rapidly becoming unrecognisable from the country that has...

The Ignored Lessons of the Financial Crisis

By Cédric Durand If I told you eight years ago that America would reverse the great recession, reboot the auto industry, and unleash the greatest...

Brexit, Donald Trump and the threat to Europe

FINANCIAL TIMES Britain is courting a president-elect who looks forward to the unravelling of the EU British prime ministers are prone to spend their last days...

China white paper on Asia-Pacific security coop issued

By Webmaster China on Wednesday issued a white paper on policies related to Asia-Pacific security cooperation, which also clarified the nation’s stance on issues of...

Six months in, Brexit shadow looms over PM May

British Prime Minister Theresa May was hailed as a steadying influence when she took over a country deeply divided by the EU referendum, but...

The Trump era

His victory threatens old certainties about America and its role in the world. What will take their place? THE fall of the Berlin Wall, on...

‘Trump Thump’ whacks bond market for $1 trillion loss

By Richard Leong and Jennifer Ablan Donald Trump's stunning victory for the White House may mark the long-awaited end to the more than 30-year-old bull...

Politics has gone wrong. Is digital technology to blame?

By David Runciman In the age of Brexit and Trump we shout at each other across a gulf of understanding, not thinking that machines rather...